University of Mysore Recruitment 2016 | Teaching Vacancies –

University of Mysore Recruitment 2016 

The University of Mysore has invited the applications for the recruitment to the post of Assistant Professor (Chemistry/ Organic Chemistry, Statistics, Law) under the Department of Science and School of Law. The eligible candidates can now apply according to the guidelines on or before 21st of September 2016.

Details of the Notification:

Advertisement Number: ET.11/77/2015-16

Important dates to remember:

Last Date for the Application: 21st September 2016.

University of Mysore Vacancy Details

  • Assistant Professors (Chemistry) – 3 Vacancy
  • Assistant Professors Organic (Chemistry) – 03 Vacancy
  • Assistant Professors (Statistics) – 01 Vacancy
  • Assistant Professors (Law) – 01 Vacancy

Eligibility Criteria for the Assistant Professor Vacancy

Educational or Technical Qualification and Experience:

Assistant Professors: The candidate must have completed the Master's degree in the concerned discipline with a minimum of 55%  from a Government recognised University and must have qualified the NET/ SLET /SET Conducted by the UGC or CSIR. Alternatively, the candidates should have a PhD in the concerned discipline.

Selection Procedure for the Assistant Professor Posts

The applicants will be selected on academic merit and the performance in the personal interview.

How to Apply for the Assistant Professor Vacancy

The eligible candidates can apply for the vacancy through accordingly and need to send the application to the following address on or before 21 September 2016. The application fee will be Rs.500 for general category and Rs. 250 for SC and ST category.

The Registrar,

University of Mysore,

Crawford Hall, Mysore -570 005,

Karnataka State

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